Tuesday, June 7, 2011

End of the Season

The desert season is winding down and I thought it might be nice to have a little recap of what we've done. Since the middle of February there have been 22 Treasure Hunts in the desert. So far over 100 survey forms have been submitted (with hopefully more to come in) and an estimated 900 volunteer hours have been logged! Thank you, thank you to all those volunteers and organizations that contributed their time and talents to making this season a success!

Things will start back up again in the fall, make some space on your calendars!

Here is one of the 50 different rare plant species we've found this year.

Erigeron parishii, Parish's flebane, rank 1B.1 Listed as a threatened plant.Below: The Kingston Range in the Eastern Mojave.

See you in the fall!

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations on a terrific 2nd season for the desert RPTH! I hope your have a restorative summer (no wind, sleeping in a bed, etc) but also have some rare plant adventures in less dry locations.